- Preparing for Admissions
- The Admissions Process
- After School Programme
- Financial Aid
- What are the language requirements?
- Is the English Eligibility required?
- What are the key entry years?
- When should we apply?
- What supporting documents will we need to submit?
The key entry years are Kindergarten and Grade 7. Limited places are available at the other grade levels. Please inquire with the Admissions department prior to applying: firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-935-9352 x 252
Along with the completed application form you will need to submit:
- A recent photograph of your daughter
- A copy of your daughter's last year and most recent report card of the current year
- A copy of your daughter's birth certificate
- A completed Confidential School Report Form submitted by the school
- A copy of your daughter's English Eligibility certificate (if available)
- What are the chances that my daughter will get in?
- What selection criteria are used for Admissions?
- What can we do to prepare for the interviews?
- If my daughter is currently receiving her education in French, will she be at a disadvantage during the Admissions process?
Although academic assessment is required for entry at all grade levels, girls are not selected solely for these results. Their natural curiosity, work habits, dedication, attitude and talents beyond the classroom are all important as is their potential to contribute to school life.
Parental involvement in the school community is also a factor during the Admissions process. Although we are admitting your daughter, family participation is an important element in our school community.
The Study shares private bus transportation with other local private schools for students from the West Island, Laval, Ville St-Laurent, Town of Mount Royal (TMR). For more details, please contact Ms Patricia Palmieri in the Business Office email@example.com or 514-935-9352 x253
The nearest public bus routes are 66 North and South, 165 North and South, 435 East and West and 166 North and South. Each can be taken from one of these metro stations: Villa Maria, Cote des Neiges and Guy-Concordia.
- What grades is the After School Programme for?
- What types of activities will my daughter have access to?
- Do I have to sign up for the full week?
The Study supports its Elementary School families (Kindergarten to Grade 6) by offering an enriching and bilingual After School Programme which balance homework assistance, creative activities, extracurricular activities and PED day fieldtrips.
The Programme is offered at the end of every school day until 6pm, as well as on PED days and Early Dismissal days. See the After School Programme Handbook for more information.
- What is the process for requesting a bursary (financial aid)?
- Who makes the financial aid decision?
- Where does the funding come from?
- Does The Study offer merit-based scholarships?
- Who is eligible for financial aid?
- Is a bursary a loan that must be repaid?
- What if our family financial situation changes once our daughter is enrolled?
Applicants requesting a bursary must apply online with Apple Financial. Bursaries are awarded based on an applicant's assessed financial need, as determined by a third party. The application for Financial Assistance does not affect the Admissions process.
- What is the admissions process currently?
- How will my daughter complete assessments and interview?
- What opportunities are there for visiting the school?
We are currently welcoming families for tours who are interested in either Grade 7 or Kindergarten 2022 entry. Please reach out to the Admissions Office to schedule a visit.
To ensure the safety of our students, staff and faculty, you will be required to sign a COVID-19 release form prior to your visit.
Online Google Meets remain available.
For more information on the school's COVID-19 protocols, please consult our Opening Plan 2021-2022.